The past 365 days have been memorable for the good, bad and the ugly. From record-breaking and devastating weather events to the total solar eclipse, Wonder Woman to women marches — 2017 made its impression on our lives for so many reasons.
Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) recently released their 2017 list of the largest healthcare staffing firms in the United States. They estimate that just 13 per diem nurse firms generated $25 million or more in revenue in 2016.
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You can help prevent workplace stress by identifying your main stressors so they do not have a negative effect on your performance. Take a look at these three common stressors and how you can reduce their impact.
Every message, tweet or video you post directly reflects on you – and your nursing job. No matter how private you make your social media profiles, anything you post online is vulnerable for viewing by just about anyone.
Whether you’ve worked in a permanent position for the past several years or are just getting started as a temp through a healthcare temp agency, nursing mistakes, unfortunately, are bound to happen on the job.
This year marks the 40th celebration of Career Nursing Assistants Week - providing healthcare facilities with the opportunity to plan a special week in honor of their nursing assistants.
Talking about the nursing field with students is a great opportunity to share your own experiences and discuss the benefits of working in healthcare. You’ll want to be as informative and interesting as possible to get students fired up!
As a nurse working in the fast-paced healthcare industry, you’re bound to feel stressed out and overwhelmed at times. Consider unwinding with one of these books to improve your mental health!
The best way to make an impact is by being a team player and exhibiting strong communication skills with your teammates. Here are three tips for making a positive impact and contributing in a meaningful way to the medical units you serve.